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SEPTEMBER 2007
SIDESHOW FIGURE: TIMOTHY DALTON AS 007

By: FSWL team
Published:
2007-04-15
Timothy Dalton as James Bond - Legacy Collection, James Bond 12-inch Figures, Item No. 7733. The price will be 44.99 USD. Limited edition of 1000.

"Making only two 007 adventures, Timothy Dalton was by far the most serious of them all. A trained stage actor, and the one whose performance is most like the 007 Ian Fleming had envisioned while writing the novels, Timothy was indeed James Bond." - Doug Redenius, Vice President of the Ian Fleming Foundation

Timothy Dalton as James Bond - Legacy Collection Sixth Scale Figure:
• Authentic Timothy Dalton portrait
• Fully articulated body with 30+ points of articulation
• Expertly tailored fabric costume
• Poker Chip w/ Timothy Dalton print
• Martini Glass
• Walther PPK
• Walther P5
• Interchangeable hands
• Watch
• 12" figure display stand featuring the 007 logo print

Other Sideshow Collectibles on From Sweden With Love:
>Sean Connery as James Bond
>George Lazenby as James Bond
>Roger Moore as James Bond (scale 1:6)
>Roger Moore as James Bond
>Pierce Brosnan as James Bond

Editor's note:
For more James Bond products presented on From Sweden with Love, click here.

Order the Timothy Dalton Legacy Collection Sixth Scale Figure from Sideshow Collectibles:
www.sideshowtoy.com/cgi-bin/category.cgi?item=7733

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